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Travel Blogs from Vichy
... t know what to do. He catches up and announces "I bought you some chocolate." At this moment, I have never been less interested in hazelnut deliciousness. I am confused. Out of pure addictive habit, I take the chocolate, but with a face full of such pained confusion that I'm sure my accompanying "um? what? why?" will have explained everything. Awkward silence. "So...will I see you this evening?" he asked. "Uhhhhhhh no???" I think I said.
It turns out, this guy ...
... is COLD!!! I leave the house at 8:30 in the morning, and the ground is frozen, I can see my breath, my ears are stinging.
I. LOVE. IT.
I was actually disappointed this week to find that it was warmer than usual, and I didn't need my gloves. There's something I just love about having to wear all those layers and crunching over a thick layer of ice.
I'm really happy with this little town. I can't believe how fast time is ticking by. I already want to come back.
... it to myself by believing it to be an educational experience, which it was. I learned that everything had a French twist. Firstly, they didn't ask if I wanted cheese. They just gave it. Typical.
Also, they didn't have the usual varieties of cheese, only what I know as cheddar. Make of that what you will. All I've got to offer is the information that the French really, really like cheese.
Also, the word for ...
... to watch rugby on the TV. The bar owner was the campsite owner and made us feel very welcome, when Roy asked him if he had any peanuts he said yes and brought out a large dish for us to share.
Roy and Me had a couple of drinks and then Roy was tired so we went back to the camper. Terry and Anne came back an hour later and said the owner had brought supper out just after we had left and it was meatballs which were ...
... Secondly it contains a majestic black stoned cathedral dating from Roman times which was almost as impressive as Notre Dame in Paris, and thirdly it scored Emma some long anticipated, and relatively serious, fashion shopping.
We have a big day tomorrow with a long drive followed by a critical midnight train rendezvous, but this "rest" day turned out to be pretty eventful and really fun.